Rabbi Aryeh Pamensky


Extraordinary Marriage Model p1

Affection and Appreciation p2

What Women Need to Know p3

Communication (1)  p4

Communication (2) p5

How To Have a Good Fight p6

Love and Wrap Up p7

Conflict Resolution

Feeling Lonely




Aryeh Pamensky is the Director of The Pamensky Relationship Institute, which is dedicated to provide couples with strategies for creating extraordinary marriages. He launched the seminar "How to Make a Good Marriage Great" in 1997, which has grown into one the most popular programs of its kind. The subsequent spin-off lectures ("Pamensky Live", "Pamensky Returns", and "Dating for Fun, Dating for Marriage") and workshops ("Conflict Resolution" and "Making Love Real") have propelled Aryeh into a highly sought-after speaker. He has spoken to sell-out crowds in over 100 cities, to more than 10,000 people, worldwide. Pamensky has been coaching couples for 9 years, tailoring personalized curriculum for marital excellence. Born in South Africa 41 years ago, Aryeh Pamensky moved to Canada when he was 10 years old. Pamensky studied in Israel for a decade, was ordained as an orthodox Rabbi. He and his wife Yocheved have seven children, ranging in age from 2-14, and presently reside in Toronto. Aryeh has appeared extensively in print, on radio and TV. In 2002, Pamensky was a guest on ABC's hit show, "Politically Incorrect". In 2003, he was named as having delivered the "Best Advice for Men" by Cincinnati's "CityBeat."